Those who do not could be turned away if they seek refuge in the United States. Mexico has long opposed the idea.
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But that was not the understanding described by Mr. Ebrard at his Monday news conference.
He told reporters only that Mexican officials would discuss changing asylum rules if the flow of migrants was not substantially reduced in the next several months. Ebrard said, describing what he expects would be the United States position in any future discussions.
Ebrard said Mexico preferred a regional asylum agreement that would review the flow of migrants across Mexico and Central America, with a number of countries, including Panama and Brazil. But Mr.